Title: LICENSING PROGRAM ANALYST Salary: $2,738.00 - $5,110.00 Posted: 03/08/2013
Under the direction of a Licensing Program Manager in the Community Care Licensing Division, Adult and Senior Care Program, the Licensing Program Analyst is responsible for a full range of licensing duties which may include: develop and implement orientations/training programs; review applications; recommend license approval/denial; perform on-site facility evaluations; investigate complaints in licensed and unlicensed facilities; recommend and prepare administrative actions to deny, revoke, or suspend facility licenses. Desirable qualifications: ability to work independently and as part of a team; exercise good judgment; communicate effectively and clearly, both verbally and in writing; valid CA driver's license and ability to travel. Caseload responsibilities include Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Must be able to take laptop and printer to the field.
Subject to fingerprinting and criminal record clearance by Department Of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Subject to SROA/Surplus policies and the California Department of Social Services Departmental Restriction Of Appointment process.
Licensing Program Analyst
800 - 826 - 8223 - VAR
Final Filing Date:
East Bay Delta Adult & Sr Care Office 1515 Clay St, Ste 310 MS 29-21 Oakland, 94612
Sivia Zepeda (510) 286-4201
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